You’re making a big difference to so many
Help us save lives!
can help conduct more health checks
can fund vital research into better treatments for stroke
’Your gift’ can help build awareness of the FAST signs of strokeMinimum amount to donate is $2
Your support has helped us do all this. Jump on board for 2017
- 500,000 free health checks delivered in three years
- Research grants awarded reached $3 million towards to ground-breaking research projects
- Newest break-through in treatment – Australia’s first Stroke Ambulance
- Over 17,000 stroke survivors receiving our My Stroke Journey guided rehabilitation program immediately after a stroke
- 11,000 people attended a StrokeSafe presentation receiving lifesaving messages
- Launched a specialist stroke portal, InformMe for health professionals in March – 3200 registered already
- 39,500 people accessing Australia’s online stroke community - enableme
The list goes on…
Because of you in 2016 we were able to accomplish some amazing things in Australia!
Can you help us continue the momentum? Donate today
Stroke is a big issue in Australia affecting 470,000 people currently and unless we continue to fight stroke it isn’t going away. It will continue to impact us, our loved ones, our community and our economy.
“The doctors said because I was young, fit and had undiagnosed high blood pressure I would have got to 40, had a massive stroke and died…frightening thought!”
(Michael, Facebook community)
In 2017 we will work tirelessly with health professionals, stroke survivors, carers, government and the community. With your help, we will continue to stand by stroke survivors on their recovery journey, innovate, support our community, advocate for better stroke care and be the voice of stroke in Australia.
“How awesome will this be and what a huge difference this will make in the quality of recovery in someone's life”
(Tammy, Facebook community - Stroke Ambulance announcement)
It’s because of YOU that we have been able to achieve so much.
And it’s your ongoing support that means we can continue to save lives and work towards an Australia free from stroke.